bad anxiety after eating at 2am ! help !!

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So at about 2am last night I could not sleep I was a bit hungry , so I ate cereal (honey bunches of oats with lactaid fat free milk) and about a half hour later I felt my head tightening up and started to hurt my neck got tensed and I.started to tremble perfusly it was horrible , has anyone ever had this happen to them

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    silent reflux most likely, happens to me
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    I've had a bad panic disorder for the past 5 yrs...and sometimes after I eat carbs, it triggers it. Super odd. So I stay away from a lot of carbs (which is good for my body anyways haha).
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      Well technically I think it definitely is all in our minds haha. The other thing that has been helping me lately and sounds kind of weird. But I will sit there and think to myself "I am not in control." Just because every time I do go through a panic attack my mind goes directly into trying to control the situation and that makes it worse. So I try to go with the flow when it happens (which of course can be extremely difficult).
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      Tamara I'm.just learning that , but it work , im just learning to just accept the anxiety and whatever comes with it and to stop fighting it because it will win every time . so I told myself I'm done fighting it !!! But let me tell you its very very very hard !!! 😩😩😩
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      Same here when I feel the feeling coming over me I feel.I need to get up and get out and get near someone who can possibly save me or get me to a hospital or something like that's , if that makes any sense !
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      Totally. When I get the really bad ones at work, I have to call my husband. Just to have him talk me through it. He's like my safe person. Haha when I go to places that trigger me, it's nowhere as bad if he's with me.
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